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Ilya,

Very interesting photo. Can you tell us where it was taken / The Moscow museum ?

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No, this is not a museum smile I photographed part of my collection.

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Super display and a great photograph, Ilya!

Best regards,

Herman


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IILYA's personal "museum" wow would love to view some of your rarer makers what an outstanding assemblage thanks for posting and saring cheers and best Ryan

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We should get together, Ilya

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That's your famous SS pack, Dave... Always nice to see!

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As it appears to be show of time: here are some of mine...

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Lots of SA daggers!

Looks like they do grab folks!

Now the question is how many are vertical hangers on them!

Dave

I count 6 on your pics!

Makers? Tell us about some guys!

Some good pics when you can in smaller batches of makers and close ups!

I believe much to learn looking!

Thanks for sharing and hope for more!


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Did the soldiers take every dagger from the SA folks?

Lots of history!

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Well, it looks like Herman took all the nice SA's that were around, and Dave got the SS.
Us little guys get the crumbs.
Thanks for showing some outstanding photos.
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They sure do! But I have to see them close up!

Its very appealing but tell me about the makers,the blades are the icing on the cake!

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Now everyone remembers Patrice from Canada!

He was a member here on GD!

If a dagger had dust under a magnifer he wouldnt buy it!

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Beautiful displays guys Yes Patrice Vaille had some outstanding and amazingly mint daggers his posts and presence here is missed as are many cheers, Ryan

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Happy you like my display!

Here is the other side of the dagger loop, more blonde grips here.

Best regards,

Herman

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Great collection. It looks like there are over 100 daggers in the photo. It must have taken a long time to put them in such a large circle. I will try to photograph a few of the rarest and most interesting of mine.

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Great!

Thanks Herman.

Ilya ... I'm ready

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I took some photos of quite rare daggers

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but such daggers are usually liked by everyone

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but not everyone has such a set

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Wow you have some extrodinarily rare and desirable makers there that members here would kill and/or die for top notch thanks for sharing cheers, Ryan

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when the lighting is better, I will take pictures of something else. It's already nighttime.

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Yes, those are some super nice daggers.
AND, they all have the hangers on them. Here in the USA, most are off when the dagger hits the market. We claim that the leather is lost to time, but it is for sure greed.

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Stunning collections guys i love them all


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Originally Posted by Ilya
Great collection. It looks like there are over 100 daggers in the photo. It must have taken a long time to put them in such a large circle. I will try to photograph a few of the rarest and most interesting of mine.

Hello Ilya,

You are very good in estimating!
But I must admit that these SA's got some reinforcements...

Best regards,

Herman

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A stunning collection! And again, this is only half the circle?

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Hello Ilya,

Thx.

It's more an ellipse than a circle.

Best regards,

Herman

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Herman, you have a great collection. I have not seen anything like this for a long time, although I have seen very large collections. Do you only collect early daggers by makers? How many numbered daggers do you have?

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Very interesting if you have OTTO LINDER and ARTUR MELCHER daggers?

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Originally Posted by Ilya
Herman, you have a great collection. I have not seen anything like this for a long time, although I have seen very large collections. Do you only collect early daggers by makers? How many numbered daggers do you have?


Hello Ilya,

Do you mean numbered Nordmark SA-daggers or numbered SS-daggers?

In my opinion, it is not about how many daggers (or other items) you manage to collect, but how happy you get when finding a new "treasure for your collection", which is of course also a very personal concept...

The number of items is simply the result of how long you continue to collect.

When it comes to SA-daggers, I personally focus is on Röhm dedication daggers.

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Every one that shares their items are thanked and appreciated for the effort to share!

I would like to know who has numbers of SA man on daggers! Very interesting!

I have only had a few!

Have they been able to trace them yet!

I have only seen or held a Honor SA dagger at Houstons house!

That level of stuff and pieces are very exciting!

History of many such items are way above my pay grade of collecting!


Yes I collected for many yrs and never reach that level of effort or affordability!

Some of are members have and I thank them for a chance to see the amazing stuff of the period!

Hope to see some that have been posted before! I would like to know their thoughts to own such history!


If you have been blessed to find them in the woods or just had to find them to buy,it must give you a serious lump in your throat
to do so!


The Houstons,Galiens,T,W, and many of the legends from the past and future must be saluted!



Thanks for showing guys! Most amazing hobby!

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To me, Herman got it right:

"In my opinion, it is not about how many daggers (or other items) you manage to collect, but how happy you get when finding a new "treasure for your collection", which is of course also a very personal concept..."

In SA daggers, my two treasures are an ordinary Emil Voss SA given to me by my Uncle in 1960 ... which started me collecting ... and an EP&S Christmas Dagger I got over 25 years ago.

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NSKK's

Only chained dagger I had!


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That is a ground Röhm Eickhorn SA-NSKK, "field upgraded" into a chained NSKK officer!

Just wonderful, PVON!

These are one of the most interesting dagger variations, in my opinion!

Is the chain steel based (magnetic) or solid nickel-silver?

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Thanks Herman

Hope we can do a thread on chained daggers!

So much to see and learn!

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How about this one?

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Always looking for Eickhorns and etched bayonets.
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Yea John

Very special! Love the Tiger wood also!

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Now that is something special, you lucky man


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Yes John has the beautiful stuff!

Keep it coming!


Here is a tagged SA


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Holy cow guys! Amazing! Unbelievable actually

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